ART26201 to present first youth solo exhibit at Colonial Theatre Gallery
Eleven-year-old artist Ava Hibbs is a Buckhannon native and homeschooled student. Aura, a collection of digital Japanese-style character portraits by Hibbs, is set to open at the Colonial Theatre Gallery at 48 E. Main St. in Buckhannon on October 16, 2020, from 4-8 p.m.

ART26201 to present first youth solo exhibit at Colonial Theatre Gallery

BUCKHANNON -- ART26201 will present Aura, a fine art exhibition by Ava Hibbs, October 16, 2020, with a special opening from 4-8 p.m. at the…

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WVU President Gordon Gee outlines successes, challenges and opportunities in annual State of the University address
WVU student and visitor center student employ Megan Buchheit and fellow WVU staff Kirsten Swales and Raphy Greco pause their workday to watch the WVU Virtual State of the University during the Covid-19 Pandemic presented by WVU President E Gordon Gee. October 12, 2020. (WVU Photo/Greg Ellis)

WVU President Gordon Gee outlines successes, challenges and opportunities in annual State of the University address

A global pandemic, ongoing concerns about racial injustice and continued debate about the value and relevance of higher education in our daily lives set the…

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Aleris donates two cases of face masks to middle, high schools
Lori Howes, site champion for Buckhannon Aleris, presents Samantha Leput and Buckhannon-Upshur High School with a case of 1,250 face masks. / Photo courtesy Aleris

Aleris donates two cases of face masks to middle, high schools

TENNERTON -- Aleris Buckhannon recently donated two cases of face masks to two Upshur County Schools, Buckhannon-Upshur Middle School and Buckhannon-Upshur High School. Each case…

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Luke Christopher Wamsley Bridge dedicated to fallen Airman
Pictured at the bridge dedication in September, from left, are local pastor Dave Cunningham; Tim Wamsley; Dion Wamsley; Nancy Wamsley; Del. Robbie Martin, R-45; and Debbie Kelley. / Photo courtesy Dion Wamsley

Luke Christopher Wamsley Bridge dedicated to fallen Airman

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TALLMANSVILLE – Travel about three miles out on the Ivy Road to Little Sand Run Road, and you’ll find the creek Luke Wamsley used to…

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